Posted By Staff Writers On April 26, 2016 @ 9:45 am

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OAK BROOK, IL – CenterPoint Properties is pleased to announce the development of a new 200,696 square foot speculative building located within CenterPoint’s LakeView Corporate Park in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. Sam Badger, Whit Heitman and Brad Weiner of NAI Hiffman have direct responsibilities for marketing the facility.

“This building is located at the entrance to the park offering great visibility and perfect for companies with showroom or wholesale uses,” said Edward Harrington, Senior Vice President of Development at CenterPoint. “Overall, this is an exceptional opportunity for a company looking for a quality building in a premier business park setting.”

LakeView Corporate Center is 200,696 square feet in total and can be divided by 60,000 square feet to accommodate up to three tenants. The building will feature LED lighting, 32’ clear height, 20 exterior docks (expandable), 2 drive-in doors, 18 trailer-parking positions and office space to suit the client’s requirements.

“The vacancy rates in Southeast Wisconsin are at near historic lows, particularly in LakeView. There is a major shortage of this type of product available in the market, especially in such a prime location.” said Heitman.

LakeView Corporate Park offers tenants logistical advantages with immediate access to Interstate-94 and is served by Canadian National and Union Pacific rail lines. LakeView Corporate Park is home to over 80 diverse companies, employs more than 8,500 people and represents more than 11 Million square feet of development.

“Being located between Chicago and Milwaukee, LakeView Corporate Park is the premier location for businesses in Southeast Wisconsin,” said Badger. “The park is spread over 2,400 acres with more than 200 acres remaining for additional development and build-to-suit projects. We know that we can help solve a company’s real estate needs in this park.”

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